The state of Brandenburg’s ‘Reading Is Life’ campaign is providing some €3 million in book and workbook vouchers to schools.
Germany’s popular and still-new KulturPass for 18-year-olds sees its per-person allocations dropped ‘from €200 to €100 for this year.’
The German Nonfiction Prize announces a lower level of submissions for its 2024 award to be named in Hamburg in June.
Another closely watched awards program gears up for a new year, the German Nonfiction Prize naming its jury.
The first Chytomo Awards for ‘outstanding achievement in the Ukrainian publishing and literary sphere’ have been named in Kyiv.
The new award from Ukraine’s publishing trade news medium, ‘Chytomo,’ names its first shortlist in three categories.
Programming at Frankfurt Pavilion in October will feature issues in politics and publishing’s role in the protection of democracy.
Ukraine’s ‘Chytomo’ opens a new award with support from Germany’s ministry of culture, Frankfurter Buchmesse, and the Börsenverein.
The Russian writer Dmitry Glukhovsky, in exile since before Russia’s assault on Ukraine, Dorle Kopetzky says, ‘will not stop speaking out.’
Books lead expenditures made by young Germans on the new KulturPass, which has generated more than €3.2 million in revenue in two months.
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